Ten-The Orgasm play
Cinemaniak presents

Ten-The Orgasm play

August 10th 2018
8:00 pm – 9:45 pm / Doors: 7:30 pm

1945 Rue Fullum, Montréal, QC, Canada
For more information about this event, please contact Cinemaniak at cinemaniakmontreal@gmail.com.

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In a bedroom, two people making out.

After their lovemaking and a few lively disputes, Martin and Yves make way for other couples caught in the act of more or less successful orgasms. On the program, bizarre situations, misunderstandings but also the persistent question: What really happens once intercourse is over?

Few reviews

« The scenes are very funny and it’s never using crude language. Don’t miss this play, it’s worth it » Guy Fournier

« Julie Fortin has so much energy….Regarding the actors, it sometimes reminded me the Friend’s gang » Yanik Comeau- Zone Culture

« It’s very subtle and funny. Casting was so perfect » Philippe Molitor

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In a bedroom, two people making out.

After their lovemaking and a few lively disputes, Martin and Yves make way for other couples caught in the act of more or less successful orgasms. On the program, bizarre situations, misunderstandings but also the persistent question: What really happens once intercourse is over?

Few reviews

« The scenes are very funny and it’s never using crude language. Don’t miss this play, it’s worth it » Guy Fournier

« Julie Fortin has so much energy….Regarding the actors, it sometimes reminded me the Friend’s gang » Yanik Comeau- Zone Culture

« It’s very subtle and funny. Casting was so perfect » Philippe Molitor

Gabriel Cohen

Gabriel Cohen was born in Dominican Republic 28 years ago. He has participated in short films such as "Playas Embrujadas" and "Pink Cashmere" by director Stephanie Burbano as well as musical productions such as "Hairspray" and "WistAmore". He will be playing Patrick !

Gabrielle Labadie

Depuis plusieurs années, Gabrielle Labadie cumule les projets artistes. Mais son premier amour, le théâtre, lui manquait. Dès cet été donc, elle aura la chance de renouer avec la scène sur les planches de l’Espace Libre avec Dix - la pièce sur l'orgasme dans le cadre de Fierté Montréal / Montréal Pride

Cath Larousse

Passionate about musicals and performing arts, Cath Larousse constantly works on expanding her versatility as an artist. She has, among other projects, performed as Eponine in Les Misérables with Productions Coracole and did the Summer Professional Musical Theatre Training Program at CAP21, NYC. This summer, she plays once more her characters Sam, Elizabeth and Chrystelle in Dix, in French and in English !

Melanie Alain

Mélanie Alain is coming back to her first love, theatre, after an excursion into publicity, TV, and independent film. For her, it’s always enjoyable to go back to meaty, substantial work that challenges her. A single movie line like "Another cup of coffee?" can put bread and butter on the table, but it doesn’t always feed the soul. With a couple of decades entertaining audiences on stage, followed by 5 years away from that special bond with the public, working on «Ten» is truly an exciting project.

Brittany Roberts

Brittany Roberts has been performing since she was 3 years old, most recently with the PSC Community Theatre starring as Penelope in “Celestial Serendipity”. She is ecstatic to have been given the opportunity to perform as Liliane in Dix - la pièce sur l'orgasme during Fierté Montréal / Montréal Pride

François-Xavier Tremblay

François-Xavier Tremblay is an actor with an unusual curriculum and usually working with his voice as an announcer or narrator. Dix/Ten is his first time as a professional stage actor and is also a homecoming reunion with his first love : The Stage.

Alexandre Iannuzzi

Alexandre Iannuzzi just finished his third year in the Honours Bachelor of Music Theatre Performance at Sheridan College in Ontario. Past credits includes: If/Then (Theatre Sheridan), Léo: Une Course Contre la HonteSaint-Jude du Village (Production Boy About Town), The Fathers of Confederation (Charlottetown Festival).

Nicolas Dupuis

Graduated from University of Moncton with an Dramatical Art bachelor degree in 2014, Nicolas Dupuis has made himself a name as
soon as he graduated in « Le jeu de la Mélancolie » (Sarah Ruhl) on the stage of the Theater l’Escaouette in New Brunswick
and the Sibiu’s international Theater Festival in Romania directed by Marcia Babineau. Since then, he has stormed the
Montreal artistic territory and multiplies the productions on both lands. He'll be performing David